EOPS, CARE and Next up programs discuss time management skills – The Connection

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On September 17th, EOPS / CARE / Next Up Program hosted a workshop on topics such as time management. The next workshops are October 14 and November 4.

The Extended Opportunity and Services / CARE / Next Up program hosted a time management workshop on September 17th.
EOPS, CARE, and Next Up are all on-campus programs that extend the opportunity to attend higher education to people from educationally and economically disadvantaged backgrounds.
The event was organized by Cosumnes River College advisor Paolo Soriano.
The key to time management is to “manage your time to maximize goal setting,” Soriano said.
The event gave attendees an insight into what exactly time management is and how to manage time to the best of your ability.
Participants learned that time management is more of an art than a science. As productive time management will not be the same for every person.
As you set goals and break down priorities, he begins to gain more control and become more productive over time.
While the majority of the event took place on Zoom and included Soriano share points while going through a slide, there were a few moments that gave attendees the opportunity to engage in the conversation as well.
Soriano encouraged attendees to get involved and reminded them that the event was not a podcast.
There was a point during the event where the students took the time to complete a weather survey to calculate how they spend their time throughout the day, and ultimately throughout the week.
At the end of the survey segment, participants were able to get an idea of ​​how much free time they had for schoolwork or how little time was available.
There was also a moment when attendees watched a 14-minute Ted Talk titled “In the Mind of a Master Procrastinator” where writer, illustrator and co-founder of Tim Urban’s “Wait But Why” blog , spoke and gave insight to procrastinate.
This Ted Talk included Urban sharing stories about how his procrastination affected his school life, how he learned to deal with his own procrastination, and how he felt everyone was potentially a procrastinator.
“We have to think about what we are really procrastinating on, because everyone is procrastinating on something in life,” Urban said.
Soriano then continued the event with more information on dealing with barriers to time management and advising attendees to ‘learn to say no’, as well as to be flexible and adapt to things that need to be done. are beyond their control.
If you missed this workshop, the EOPS / CARE / Next Up program plans to have two more workshops on October 14 and November 4 from 2:30 p.m. to 4 p.m.

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